May 2007 | Oncology
Primum Non Nocere
Reassuring the Medical Oncologist:
How to address potential interactions between chemotherapy and natural health products
Dugald Seely, ND
Message from the OncANP
Dan Rubin, ND, FABNO
The latest news and events of the past year from
Innovative Molecular Cancer Therapies: A Brief Review
Debi Walker, ND and Lidia Dounaevskaia, ND
Recent advances in our understanding of molecular processes involved in oncogenesis have created the foundation for a new era of molecular therapies that do not target DNA directly.
Jacob Schor, ND
Using Sildenafil to increase NO production in the body prior to and during cancer treatment.
Four Essentials of Oncology Care
Ken Weizer, ND
Heart, GI health, listening and teamwork: necessary components for treating cancer patients.
Stem Cells: Therapeutic Uses for Cancer?
Tina Kaczor, ND, FABNO
A new framework in which to understand many of the naturopathic therapies NDs currently use for cancer patients.
PSA and Beyond
Dicken Weatherby, ND
Using blood testing to assess for prostate cancer.
Vis Medicatrix Naturae
The Healing Crisis
Cheryl Deroin, NMD
Understanding the roles of the endocrine system, nervous system and general vital force within a healing crisis, with a focus on cancer-related symptoms and cases.
The Role of Wheatgrass Juice in Oncology
Brad West, ND
Studies and biological reasoning for use of Triticum aestivum in an oncology setting.
Natural Redifferentiation Therapy for Cancer
Eric Yarnell, ND, RH(AHG)
Botanical medicines offer many tools to promote redifferentiation, and possibly help patients recover from cancer.
Case Study: Cancer, Sulphur and Homeopathy
Joe Kellerstein, DC, ND
Most often, it is when patients are told nothing more can be done that a micro dose can pleasantly surprise.